Every week we see teams lose close games because they struggle to get the ball back when they need it most. Use this simple technique before you “Double” the ball to get it back.
These are some of our favorite practice drills and games to work on attacking and defending numbers-advantage game situations that are really what lacrosse is all about- the "2-on-1".
This is one of the basic principles that coaches and players at every level should know and understand how to move the ball to the open man to score!
This is another great drill we got from one of the coaches at MLL open tryouts. It's a great way to practice getting the ball through "X" during 5-on-4 Slow Breaks so your players understand this other common game situation.
This is a great drill we got from the open tryouts held by one of the MLL teams. It's a simple 3-on-2, plus some conditioning, that you can use with your youth or high school team!
This great drill creates continuous numbers-advantage game situations to teach your players to move the ball to the open man to score. Plus all your players work on offense and defense in each rep!
This is a great drill combining two unsettled situations into one drill! Plus it works on ground balls, stick skills, and scoring! Youth, high school, even college players will love it.
Teach your players to get the best scoring opportunities by getting to the best shooting positions on the field- right in front of the goal!
When Fast Breaks happen in games, the ball doesn't always come in where we want it to like it does in practice. Here are three different Reverse Fast Breaks we see college teams use for this situation.
This is a great Man-Up Play we saw during the Iroquois vs USA game at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships. The commentators said it was a "classic Box Lacrosse play," so we thought we better cover it.